Tweet We have talked about Matt Cornell before on our post “Matt’s idea blog on GTD and Faculty Productivity“. When I first found his blog, Matt mentioned that… [He] would work with three self-selected early faculty members, coach them in the method, and hopefully give the director enough information to decide if the results merited [...]
Archive for January, 2008
Tweet In this post I’ll show you two easy ways to submit a post. Note: if you have blogged before, this explanation may be unnecessary. First method: use the built-in editor on our site I’ll assume that you could sign in/log in just fine. Then you should see a blue WordPress page with several options. [...]
Tweet According to a study by research firm Basex recently covered by the New York Times, information overload will be the Problem of the Year in 2008, costing US companies up to $650 billion a year. The figure is supposed to be an estimate of the cost of unnecessary interruptions in terms of “decreased productivity [...]
Tweet Having recently completed a PhD, I will share with you three indispensable nuggets of advice for how to get the monster vanquished: use hard deadlines, soft deadlines, and the Martini Method. With a small amount of imagination these can be applied to any large project.